Cycling Scotland
Cycling Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC029760

Cycling Scotland’s vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.


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Finance Assistant

  • Part time
  • £23,463 – £28,547 pro-rata
  • Glasgow (Hybrid)
  • Closing 8th April 2024

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

We are Scotland’s national cycling charity. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling. With funding from Transport Scotland, working with others, we get more people cycling, more safely and easily in a better environment. Our values are to be collaborative, inclusive, professional, evidence-driven, ambitious and sustainable.

We are currently recruiting for a Finance Assistant to help ensure that all financial processes are executed on time and to an extremely high standard.

This is a key role within the Finance and Corporate Services team and is a brilliant opportunity for an experienced Finance Assistant. The ideal candidate will be a friendly and motivated self-starter with good communication skills and a proven track record of reliability and trustworthiness. You will assist with all the financial transactions of Cycling Scotland and its subsidiary Transport Planning and Engineering, ensure that all relevant guidelines are followed and assist the Head of Finance with preparation for financial year end and annual audit.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave (pro rata)
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

This role is based in our central Glasgow office. We are currently operating a hybrid working policy with one day per week minimum in the office.

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Corporate Services Assistant

  • Full time or Part time
  • £22,378 – £25,817
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 16th October 2023

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

This post will report to the Corporate Services Manager working as a key member of Cycling Scotland’s Corporate Services Team to support the work of the organisation. You will undertake day to day delivery of the Corporate Services team’s administrative responsibilities to support the organisation, including office administration, HR, IT, office equipment, telecommunications, and systems.

Please read the job description available on our website for full and further details.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Development Officer: Housing

  • Full time
  • £29,041 – £33,667
  • Glasgow with hybrid working
  • Closing 21st August 2023

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is Scotland’s national cycling charity. With funding from Transport Scotland, working with others, we get more people cycling, more safely and easily in a better environment Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting for a Development Officer to manage the Social Housing Partnership Fund which supports social housing providers to improve walking and cycling facilities, delivering increased access to bikes and cycle storage across Scotland.

This is a key role within the Behaviour Change team and is a brilliant opportunity for those with experience delivering projects and working with the social housing, local authority or transport sectors.

Please read the job description available on our website for full details.

Starting salary: £29,041 to £33,667 - Salary on appointment is at the start of the pay band.

Full time, permanent contract (part-time will also be considered)

Benefits of the role include:

• Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%

• 36 days annual leave

• Operation of a Flexi-time system

• Annual contribution towards your training and development

• Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Development Officer: Schools

  • Full time
  • £29,041 – £33,667
  • Glasgow with hybrid working
  • Closing 17th July 2023

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting for a Development Officer to help achieve the vision of the charity and get more people cycling, continuing the success of the Cycling Friendly programme and lead in the school setting.

The postholder will be a key member of the organisation and have a focus on achieving the vision, mission and strategic aims of the charity and getting more people cycling. The postholder will manage grant funding to deliver increased access to bikes and cycle parking and storage across Scotland, as well as contributing to our successful behaviour change grant funding and awards programmes. A focus of the role will be schools, working closely with local authorities and partner organisations.

Please read the job description available on our website for full details.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Corporate Services Assistant

  • Full time or Part time
  • £22,378 – £25,817
  • Glasgow with hybrid working
  • Closing 3rd July 2023

This post will report to the Corporate Services Manager working as a key member of Cycling Scotland’s Corporate Services Team to support the work of the organisation. You will undertake day to day delivery of the Corporate Services team’s administrative responsibilities to support the organisation, including office administration, HR, IT, office equipment, telecommunications, and systems.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme
  • Life Assurance at 3 x Salary
  • Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Corporate Services Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £37,307 – £42,209
  • Glasgow with hybrid working
  • Closing 3rd July 2023

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

The role is a key member of the organisation to help support achieving the vision, mission and strategic aims of the charity and getting more people cycling. You will support the Head of Finance and Corporate Services and external HR advisers to ensure that HR and other policies and procedures are up to date, informed by current best practice and legislation and implemented effectively. You will also lead on the implementation of Cycling Scotland and TP&E’s Health and Safety Policies.

Benefits of the role include:

• Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%

• 36 days annual leave

• Operation of a Flexi-time system

• Annual contribution towards your training and development

• Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

• Life Assurance at 3 x Salary

• Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Development Officer: Access to Bikes and Storage

  • Full time or Part time
  • £27,658 – £32,064
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 16th January 2023

We are currently recruiting for a Development Officer to manage a new Local Authority grant fund and deliver increased access to bikes and cycle parking and storage across Scotland, as well as contributing to our successful behaviour change grant funding and awards programmes.

This is a key role within the Behaviour Change team and is a brilliant opportunity for an officer with experience delivering projects and working with local authorities or housing or transport sectors.

Please read the job description for full details.

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Cycling Road Safety Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £35,531 – £40,199
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 19th October 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are excited to be recruiting for a Cycling Road Safety Manager. This is a key role responsible for increasing the focus on cycling road safety, working with Local Authorities, Police Scotland and other partners to support effective projects, raise awareness and share advice and evidence on key factors influencing cycling safety.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme
  • Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Development Officer - Workplaces

  • Full time or Part time
  • £27,658 – £32,064
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 19th September 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting for a Development Officer to join our team and help deliver Cycling Scotland’s behaviour change and training programmes, expanding the successful Cycling Friendly Award and Development Grant programme. Reporting to the Programme Manager, the successful candidate will have lead responsibility for activity in the workplace setting and manage the development and delivery of Cycling Scotland’s workplace grant funding to get more people cycling

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme
  • Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Programme Manager: Access to Bikes and Storage

  • Full time
  • £35,531 – £40,199
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 15th June 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting for a Programme Manager to lead on a new grant fund working with Local Authority partners to deliver increased access to bikes and cycle parking and storage across Scotland, contributing to our successful behaviour change grant funding and awards programmes.

This is a key role within the Behaviour Change team and is a brilliant opportunity to work with Local Authorities partners and the housing sector to expand residential and on street cycle parking schemes.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme
  • Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. We currently have staff working one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development. Occasional travel across Scotland will be required.

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Top job! Head of Finance and Corporate Services

  • Full time or Part time
  • £40,576 – £45,907
  • Glasgow / Hybrid
  • Closing 11th May 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We’re currently recruiting for a Head of Finance and Corporate Services to manage and oversee the Charity’s finances and corporate services, reporting to the Chief Executive and Board.

Managing all aspects of the finances of Cycling Scotland and TP&E, our social enterprise subsidiary, the role is a key member of the Senior Management Team and your work will be central in achieving the vision, mission and strategic aims of the charity.

Please read the job description for full details.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Hybrid working and a Flexi-time system
  • Annual £250 contribution towards your training and development
  • Access to the Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Cycle Training Officer

  • Full time
  • £26,594 – £30,831
  • based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working
  • Closing 9th May 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We’re currently recruiting for a Cycle Training Officer to support and develop adult cycle training opportunities Nationwide.

This is a key role within the Education and Training team and is a brilliant opportunity for an experienced Development Officer. Experience of managing budgets and coordinating multiple stakeholders are essential to this role. In addition, the ability to monitor and evaluate projects and programmes is required alongside good reporting and communication skills. The ability to manage and deliver multiple projects and achieve successful outcomes are essential for this role.

Please read thejob descriptionfor full details.

Starting salary: £26,594 to £30,831 - Salary on appointment is at the start of the payband.

Full time, permanent contract (part-time/job share will also be considered).

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme
  • Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Media and Communications Officer

  • Full time or Part time
  • £26,073 – £30,831
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 21st March 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We’re currently recruiting for a Communications and Media Officer to develop content which communicates our key messages on how cycling helps make Scotland healthier, greener, safer and stronger, smarter, wealthier and fairer. You will be an excellent writer, with a developed news sense and experience of working with journalists and stakeholders, to help us amplify our messages and support our charitable objectives.

This is a key role within the Communications, Policy & Monitoring team and is a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious communications professional with a passion for everyday cycling.

Please read the job description available on our website for full details.

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme
  • Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Cycle Training Administration Assistant

  • Full time or Part time
  • £19,432 – £23,642
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 14th March 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We’re currently recruiting for Cycle Training Administration Assistant to support the organisation to provide over 50,000 cycle training opportunities each year, including the national Bikeability Scotland programme.

This is a key role within the Training and Education team and is a brilliant opportunity for an experienced administrator. As well as skills working with office IT systems and delivering quality customer service, experience in a training or events environment would be useful to support the scheduling and coordination of a broad range of activities.

Please read the job description below for full details.

Starting salary: £19,432 to £23,642 - Salary on appointment is at the start of the payband.

Full time, permanent contract (part-time will also be considered)

Benefits of the role include:

• Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%

• 36 days annual leave

• Operation of a Flexi-time system

• Annual contribution towards your training and development

• Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

• Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. We currently have staff working one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans under review.

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Policy Officer

  • Full time or Part time
  • £26,594 – £30,831
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 28th February 2022

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We’re currently recruiting for a Policy Officer to lead on our work, feeding into policy that will make cycling easier and more accessible.

This is a key role within the Communications, Policy & Monitoring team and is a brilliant opportunity for an ambitious policy professional. As well as experience of compiling evidence, best practice and research to respond to consultations, this role also supports the delivery of the Cycling Scotland conference and represents Cycling Scotland with key stakeholders and partners.

Please read the job description available on our website for full details cycling.scot/about-us/careers

Starting salary: £26,594 to £30,831 (pay band 3.1) - Salary on appointment is at the start of the pay band.

Full time, permanent contract (part-time will also be considered)

Benefits of the role include:

  • Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%
  • 36 days annual leave
  • Operation of a Flexi-time system
  • Annual contribution towards your training and development
  • Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme
  • Plus much more….

While this role is based in our central Glasgow office, we are committed to flexible working. Staff can currently work one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans are under development.

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Communications & Marketing Manager

  • Full time or Part time
  • £34,164
  • This role is based in our central Glasgow office. We currently have staff working one day a week in our office on a trial basis and long-term hybrid working plans under review.
  • Closing 8th November 2021

Do you want to be part of a friendly, inclusive and dedicated team?

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting for an experienced Communications and Marketing Manager to plan, deliver and evaluate effective communications activity to support our charitable objectives. Reporting to the Head of Communications this is a key role managing a small team within the wider Communications, Policy and Monitoring team.

This role is a brilliant opportunity for an experienced communications and marketing professional who is confident delivering results across the full spectrum of communication disciplines. You will have experience of developing communication plans, working at a senior level and using a range of channels and tactics to influence a wide range of audiences.

Please read the job description for full details.

Benefits of the role include:

Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%

36 days annual leave

Operation of a Flexi-time system

Annual contribution towards your training and development

Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

This post is based at our office in West George Street in Glasgow. Currently we are working from home and/or office with hybrid working plans being developed.

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Monitoring Assistant

  • Full time
  • £19,432
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 10th October 2021

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting for a Monitoring Assistant on a 12-month, fixed term contract. Supervised by the Monitoring and Development Officer, the Monitoring Assistant will help the organisation to understand cycling behaviour and trends in Scotland. The Monitoring Assistant will contribute to two of Cycling’s Scotland’s key monitoring projects: the National Monitoring Framework, primarily by providing support with data processing and analysis, and the Active Travel Open Data portal.

Please read the job description on our website for full details.

Benefits of the role include:

• Defined Contribution Pension Scheme with employer contribution of 7.5% and minimum employee contribution of 3%

• 36 days annual leave

• Operation of a Flexi-time system

• Annual contribution towards your training and development

• Free and confidential access to our Employee Assistance programme

This post is based at our office in West George Street in Glasgow. Currently we are working from home and/or office with hybrid working plans being developed.

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Board Members x 2

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 3rd October 2021

Cycling Scotland’s vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting two new trustees to our Board from November 2021. It’s an exciting time for the charity as cycling levels increase around Scotland and we work with our members, our many partner organisations and our funders so that cycling plays its part in tackling the Climate Emergency, public health crises and other challenges we face as a nation.

Cycling Scotland recognises the value of diversity and is encouraging applications from people of all backgrounds. We particularly welcome applications from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic candidates, disabled people and people with other protected characteristics or from different socio-economic backgrounds as they are under-represented in Cycling Scotland at this time

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Development Officer - Education

  • Full time or Permanent
  • £26,594
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th August 2021

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation. Working in partnership with other organisations, with funding from Transport Scotland, we help create an environment for everyone in Scotland to cycle easily and safely. Our vision is a sustainable, inclusive and healthy Scotland where anyone, anywhere can enjoy all the benefits of cycling.

We are currently recruiting for a Development Officer to join our team and help deliver Cycling Scotland’s behaviour change and training programmes, expanding the successful Cycling Friendly Award and Development Grant programme. Reporting to the Behaviour Change Manager, the successful candidate will have lead responsibility for activity in the education setting and manage the development and delivery of Cycling Scotland’s behaviour change and associated projects to get more people cycling.

The post is based in Glasgow. Following Scottish Government guidance, we are currently home working.

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